Last day of the first week of isiZulu. God I loved this look.
Teaching intensive Zulu four days a week for nearly 3 hours a day is A LOT. Fashion has to do the heavy lifting. Fortunately this auntie/gay dad on vacation ensemble worked.
It seemed a good outfit to continue on my sartorial streak for isiZulu class.
Today was the first day of Spring Term and I’m teaching intensive isiZulu. This was a conceptual outfit, based on the most-loved and little-known line from the Lion King’s “Circle of Life” in isiZulu: “igonyama nengw’enambala.” The line means, “The lion in the spots of the leopard,” otherwise known as “the lion is a king” … More Ingonyama Nengw’enamabala | Monday, 23 April 2018
Day two of public talks and sassy looks.
I gave a series of guest lectures and a public talk at Texas Christian University last week. I thought a bolo tie an appropriate Texas choice.
This was not my best eye pose, but we’ll get over it. I love these pants and this haircut.
My final day of teaching a full semester here at W&L. My God.
What do you wear when you teach and you turn 34? This. PINEAPPLES EVERYWHERE.
Keeping it simple.